42Maru, an artificial intelligence startup, showcased how its machine learning-based solutions are being utilized at the Amazon Web Services Summit 2019 conference held from April 17 to 18 in Seoul.
During a session entitled “Building a Multilingual Question Answering System using AWS AI and AWS ML Services,” 42Maru’s founder D.K. (Kim Dong-hwan) shared the firm’s know-how in creating a deep learning-based business-intelligence solution with multilingual support.
42Maru’s founder D.K. (Kim Dong-hwan)
D.K. said it deployed the solution to shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering’s sales and operation design system early this year. It helps the shipbuilding company quickly respond to technical requests by customers by analyzing data linked to the firm’s past shipbuilding projects.
The conference, which featured some 110 lectures and 15 sessions, is the largest cloud event hosted annually by US cloud firm AWS. It attracted some 10,000 people this year. AWS’s corporate customers, including Bespin Global, BSG Partners, Samsung Electronics and LG CNS, also took part in the event.
The Korean startup won an award in the AWS AI Startup Challenge, a competition among AI startups, at the AWS event last year.
By Kim Young-won (email@example.com)